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Articles of UCMJ

We Can Help You Understand Military Law

Knowing and understanding the articles of the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ) is critical to anyone involved in military law. If you have been charged with a crime during your service, then it is important you familiarize yourself with the rules of the UCMJ that are applicable to your case.

For your convenience, we have compiled information on some of the most frequently cited articles of the UCMJ:

You’ll be hard pressed to find anyone outside of a legal profession who is intimately familiar with all of their state and federal government’s laws. The same can be said for service members and the UCMJ. These laws are not something you can pick up, read once, and understand completely when you’re done. Thankfully, the criminal justice system is designed with this in mind. When you are charged with a crime, you are entitled to legal representation from either a military-appointed or civilian attorney.

Many of the military criminal defense attorneys at Gary Myers, Daniel Conway & Associates are former service members themselves. We bring together over 100 years of combined experience, and we can help you review the UCMJ to better understand the charges against you and what you can do to defend yourself.

Start discussing your case with an experienced lawyer as soon as possible. Call (833) 934-8265 for a free consultation with a member of our firm.

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